All posts tagged "Epson"

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    Epson Stylus NX515 (printer/copier/scanner) Review

    The Epson Stylus NX515 All-in-One printer represents a sweet spot for vendors. The $150 price tag seems to be just the amount of money folks are willing to spend on a printer for intermittent use, either at work or in the home. However, just because the machine might not get used every...

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    Epson WorkForce 310 Printer Review

    With all-in-one printer vendors competing to offer the most functionality at the lowest price, consumers are left with a difficult shopping decision to make. In a recent review, to the $99 Lexmark Impact S305 scored favorably with us, but we felt cheated by the missing fax function. Epson picks up Lexmark’s slack...

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    Epson WorkForce 610 Printer Review

    The Epson WorkForce 610 is a subtle refresh of last year’s Epson WorkForce 600. We don’t have a review for its predecessor, but the 610 is almost the same printer with the exception of an updated onscreen menu layout. For $200, you get a versatile mix of features such as an auto-document...

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    Epson Stylus NX515 Printer Review

    The Epson Stylus NX515 All-in-One printer represents a sweet spot for vendors. The $150 price tag seems to be just the amount of money folks are willing to spend on a printer for intermittent use, either at work or in the home. However, just because the machine might not get used every...

  • Small Business
    Epson Perfection V600 Photo Review

    You can usually count on Epson scanners to deliver better than average bang for the buck. The Epson Perfection V600 Photo ($249.99 direct, covered by a standard 1-year parts and labor warranty) is no exception. You’d expect a photo scanner at this price to scan up to four 35mm slides or two...

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    Epson Home Cinema 1080p Projector Review

    The Epson Home Cinema 1080UB is a 1080p LCD projector, designed with superior black levels in its class as the main selling point.   Epson dismissed the square, blocky look of most projectors (and, for that matter, Epson’s newer models) in favour of a sexy, contoured look.  The projector has no sharp edges,...